Blackberry Cobbler


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Blackberry Cobbler

This blackberry cobbler smelled so delicious as it was baking.  It’s a great fourth of July dessert!  It was made from the blackberries that I picked from Blakelock’s Berry Farm in Grangerland Texas. Although the berry season is coming to an end, there were still plenty of berries to be picked.  I picked about 3 pounds in no time at all. I’m looking forward to going back next year!

Blackberry cobbler dessert www.thisautoimmunelife.com

Although they are not certified organic (due to the required paperwork and registration), these berries are grown without pesticides or herbicides. If you live in the Spring or Conroe Texas area I would recommend visiting this farm!

Blackberry cobbler dessert www.thisautoimmunelife.com

This is a recipe for a cake-type cobbler where the batter goes in the pan before the berries. It produces a nice crispy topping with gooey filling.   Note to my friends:  this is not gluten or sugar free!

Blackberry Cobbler

Ingredients:

Serves 6 – 8

3 cups blackberries

¾- 1 cup of sugar (depending on how sweet your berries are)

1 cup flour

2 teaspoons baking powder

½ teaspoon salt

1 cup milk

½ cup (1 stick) butter, melted

2 tablespoons brown sugar

½ teaspoon cinnamon

Directions:

1. Preheat the oven to 375°.  Lightly grease your pan. I used a 7″ x 10″ pan.  You could use and 8″ x 8″ or a 9″ x 9″.

2. Mix the blackberries with sugar in a medium size bowl and set aside.

3. Mix flour, baking powder and salt.

4.  Stir in the milk and mix until smooth.

5.  Add the melted butter and stir until well blended.

6.  Pour the batter into the prepared pan.

7.  Mix the blackberries and sugar with a spoon then spread evenly over the batter.

8. Mix the brown sugar and cinnamon in a small bowl.  Sprinkle on top of blackberry batter.

9. Bake in the oven for 45 minutes or until lightly browned.

10. Let cool 10-15 minutes before serving.

Enjoy!

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12 comments on “Blackberry Cobbler

  1. This looks wonderful! Now, if we could only get the birds to leave the blackberries alone so that WE could use them! sigh.
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  2. I can’t wait for the blackberries here in Oregon – this cobbler looks wonderful! Thanks for sharing on the What’s for Dinner link up!

  3. I just planted blackberry bushes. I can’t wait till they grow! Your cobbler makes me drool.
    🙂 gwingal

  4. That looks so good!! I love a good cobbler!

  5. Those blackberries look delicious! And the recipe to die for!
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  6. Those blackberries look scrumptious straight from the bush but the Cobbler looks so delicious and perfect for dessert or afternoon tea! Thanks so much for sharing your post with us at #BloggersPitStop. I have shared on social media. Have a great week and see you at next week’s link up! Sue from Sizzling Towards Sixty & Beyond
    http://www.sizzlingtowardssixty.com.au

  7. Fresh blackberries remind me of grand parents. They had so many of them and gran would make cobbler, pies, jam. You cobbler looks so good, enjoy, these berries can be prickly, but so worth the effort.

  8. Yummy this sound delicious I love to pick Blackberries

  9. Hi Roseann, thank you for sharing your yumminess at the TFT party. I featured you last week pinned now hugs!

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